Psychology for success

Prep your fridge with Vegetables


National Eat Your Vegetables Day on June 17th falls in the middle of National Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Month. Today’s celebration is one more opportunity to remind everyone to continue with this part of a healthy diet. Here are a few ways to celebrate 1. Add veggies to your breakfast. Whether mixing spinach into your [...]

Prep your fridge with Vegetables2021-06-14T01:12:51+00:00

Why should we read for fun?


Not many people read for fun anymore. Most people opt for audiobooks and watching movies. We live in an age of instant gratification. However, there are benefits to reading books in your free time. Reading for pleasure had educational benefits, supported personal development and had a positive impact on reading including: Better reading literacy and [...]

Why should we read for fun?2021-06-04T14:48:08+00:00

Success starts with your first bite


Research suggests that healthy food improves academic performance. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that eating a healthy diet and being physically active not only can improve the health of students but also improve their academic achievement. Foods high in sugar, refined carbs, unhealthy fats and processed foods can contribute to impaired [...]

Success starts with your first bite2021-05-24T02:30:30+00:00

The sun is a little shady sometimes


Summer is approaching and the Miami heat is reeling in. It’s time to wear sunscreen everywhere you go and to have a change of clothes in case you get too sweaty. The sun has great health benefits as well as some not so great aspects Some health benefits is sun: Improves mood by increasing serotonin [...]

The sun is a little shady sometimes2021-05-12T23:19:13+00:00

Procrastination is not your friend


Procrastination is a barrier blocking you from making decisions, taking actions with desirable and undesirable tasks, and living the life you dream of. When you are procrastinating you waste time that you could be investing in something meaningful. Recent studies have shown that people regret the things they haven’t done versus the things they have [...]

Procrastination is not your friend2021-05-01T02:15:23+00:00
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